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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JANUARY 91, IttI PAGE fUUTBllf 1224 MILADI Mr. ud Mrs. O. W. Heetberstm at spent the day In tne city on their return after holidaying far the Met month with the former's at Dee Molnea, lows. Mrs. J. S. Dick! and son Teller, are leienrtlm a few days with friends in Mr. 3. 1, Shepherd has to the d'j after a visit to Mcuiuine Hit. A, J, Maynard was In the city lerdiy en to Taber (ram Cal- gery. j Mr. Frank Hedley is 'baclt Sn the city trom his visit-to Great Falls. Visa Brace who has been tb> of Mrs. Charles McKillorv lait yes- tarday afternoon for her home hi Com- of flowers by Mrs. trom the .Lethbrldge e A considerable comber ot mem- at the Daughters aad lUlds ft Kngland, with their hubanda. paid a surprise vialt to Sir. 'ft, Pareoua at his residence laut wentac. Pro- gressive whist was Bret order, and tho fortunate winners ot were Mr. and Aim. Prank Hedley, the con- solutions going to J. Davidson nnd Mr. Parsons. However, tie as- sembly bad something brighter In store tor their gwat, and on behalf ot i the Society, C. Wakelln present- ed Mr. Paraona with a pair of gold en- graved cuff links, aa a token of the appreciation of the members tor his continued aervloe aa auditor for eev- eral yeara and his unfailing and will- ing services In othwr directions con- nected with tea local lodge. Mr. Par- sons modestly replied to this most un- expected gift. Music came-next on the program, pianoforte selection's from Miss Margaret Smith and. Mrs. Wm. Cross, and vocal soloa by Miss Smith. Mr. Wm, Croat, Mr. E. Faunch and Mr. Parsons delighting thoae prea- i Mr. and Mrs. Sam Webster of Moun- laln from an er- tended trip to Salt Lake city and are visiting In the city with their daugh- ter, Mrs. Burial. Miss Lorna Simpson entertained a few IriAids Wat night Mrs. W. H. Mclntyre of the Mcln- tyre ranch near Magrath, is spending a few days in the city. Other names registered at the Pro- vincial Convention meetings since yes- terday morning include Mrs. L. Lundy, first vice-regent. Alexander Gait Chapter. Lethbrldge; Mrs. M. McKay, Standard Bearer, Mrs. J. GHIespie, first vice-regent Military Chapter, Lethbridge; .Mrs. Lenora Sehl, secretary Municipal Chapter, Lethbrldge; Mrs. Hannah H. -Pipes, educational secretary, Majpr Jack Ross Chapter; Mrs. DeVeber, first vice- regent, Major Jack Ross Chapter. J Tho Edmonton Journal publishes tho photo of Dr. Agnes Curtln, togeth-. or with the following Information.: "Dr. Agnes Ann Curtin, one of the first students in medicine In the Uni- versity ot Alberta, who graduated 1'rm the Toronto university. Dr. Curtln is the first woman medical, student of the University of Alberta! to graduate In medicine. She took! her first three years' lectures' here, and in the spring of 1918 went to .Tor- onto, to complete her course. She was for a time on the house staff of the Toronto General Hospital, and is now engaged in medical inspection in the Ottawa Valley, for the! Ontario Department of Education. Dr. Curtln.Is a .daughter of Mrs. Ellen CurMn, of 10S17 83rd avenue." Miss Curtin was a member of the teaching staff of the Convent here in 1513. an-S is a sister of 'Mrs. Everall of this city. Miss W. and Mr. R. Stevenson ot Claresholm are visitors In the city for A few days. Mrs. A. C. Saunders left yesterday for various paints In tho Crow's Neat Pass, Mr. McArthur who has been on a business trip to Calgary for a tew days, returned today. Mrs. W. H. Woodbury of Cnamplon Is a visitor in the city. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Lefilie and fam- jlly of Stirling are in" the 'city for a few days visit. SOCIAL EVENTS At the conclusion of the afternoon meeting of the Provincial Mrs. C. F. P. Conybeare was present- ed with a Life Membership by-Mrs. Fred Hick, representing the Major Jack Ross Chapter. Mrs. Wolley Dod, who has been presiding at the meet- was presented with a bouquet ent. Refreshments were then served, and a happy evening brought to a close by the singing of "For He's a Jolly Good An interesting number at I.O.D. E. entertainment at. the Majestic to- night will be -cartoons, sketches and j paintings by Mr, R. jparrowman, Illua- i trating aomra given-by Mr. Wm. Stott. Mr. Barrowman'a well-known ability along thia line will make this an en- tertaining feature -ot 'the program. The Calgary Women's Praia club making'arrangements fir a tea to be held in the tapestry room ot the Hudson's Bay next Tuesday after- noon, when Eva Moore, the tal- ented English actress, who Is :play- ing in "The Law Divine" at the Grand next week, will be the guest of honor. Miss Moore has been ex- tensively entertained by the women's 'clubs in. the various cities which she baa visited, and is intensely interest- ed in the work of the women of Can- ada. The guest list on Tuesday after- noon will include a number ot the prominent women ot the city. Daily Fashion By It is requested that all members of the Sir Alexander Gait Chapter who are holding tickets for Friday eve- ning's entertainment make their re- turns to Mn, Meech by Monday eve- ning. St. Mary's Women's Auxiliary are holding a missionary meeting on Mon- day afternoon, January 24th, In the parish hall at 3 o'clock. Afternoon tea iwlll be served, and a silver col- lection will be taken In aid of the China famine relief fund. A hearty Invitation in extended to all. The Women's Missionary Society ot Knox church contributed the gratifying sum of towards the Chinese famine fund. In Knox church yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock the marriage waa aolemn- Ized between Martin Metz ot Snohom- ish, Washington, and Lenore Meer, ot Foremost. Martin Mureon, of Fore- most, and Ida Meer, a aister of the bride, were the attendants. The young couple expect to live in Snohomish. I. 0. D. E. RECEPTION I A brilliant assembly gathered last .evening at the G. W. V. A. hall at j tha reception tendered the visiting j delegates to the Provincial Conven- tion by the Municipal Chapter, I. O. D. E. In the hall, which was most 2Q% Discount Sale Every pair of Men's, Women's, Boys' and Children's Shoes will be sold at 20 off. NEW LINES OF EVENING SLIPPERS INCLUD- ED IN THIS SALE NO APPROVALS 606 3RD AVENUE. FLARING FEATHERS DECORATE THE NEW'HATS A turban with a draped crown forms an Ideal background tor the curling feathers that flare trom' Its edges. It is, 'made ot maroon panne velvet, which is one at iub.well-liked millinery fabrics. Glycerihed ostrich arranged in novel mode makes a good trimming.' Heron is tha decoration used on the wide-brimmed black vel- vet shape. It spreads far over the brim for the flaring feather la undeni- ably fashionable. The third hat shows a striking ribbon cocarde. This caa- peau is originated in sapphire blue batter's plush. This is putted out like the picturesque headgear affect- ed by courtiers of long ago. The co- carde reveal's a clever use of faced satin ribbon. tastefully decorated la red and green, and with a handsome welcome sign placed there by the G.W.V.A., as well as the I.O.D.E. emblems, gathered a large number ot people, those invited Including not only t'-o visiting dele- ates but "all I.O.D.E. members who aro visitors in the city and who have not yet affiliated, Nursing Sisters. V. A. D.'s, and the husbands ot those mentioned. Mrs. Ritchie, regent of tha Mnnlcl- pal Chapter, I.O.D.E., and Mrs. Penue- father, vice-regent, received the guesta Into the brightly lit ball where the Band played, and a most informal evening waa enjoyed by all. Dancing at Intervals formed part of the evening's entertainment, and alto- gether there >was that absence of stiff- ness that so often marka large recep- tlons, A very delightful program waa put on, including numbers by Mrs. Mlllhouae, Mrs. Netaon, Mrs. Craw- ford, Mias Paterson, Miss Myrtle Rose, Miss Muriel Hislnbotham. and the G.W.V.A. orchestra. Refreshments were served later in the evening, the table at which Mra. DeVeber and Mrs. 'Longworth presided being prettily j decorated with very beautiful roaes j In shades of old rose and with amilax. Members ot the Slkokotoki Chapter, asalated In serving. Mrs. Starnea waa general convenor for the evening, the committee in charge being Mra. Pen- nefather and Mrs. Wilson, assisted by Mra. McLeoil and Mrs. Heath. i The out-of-town visitors included Mrs. Wolley Dod, Mrs. Butler, Mrs. Spence, of Calgary; Mra. Saunderg, Bdmonton; Miss Hutton, Mrs. Skltch, Mrs. Btrney, Mrs. Onimmond, Cal- gary; Mrs. Carbert, Medicine Hat; Mrs. Mn. Jones, Cal- gary; Mrs. Hlslop, Edmonton; Mra. McDonald, Mrs. Gardiner, Macleod; Mrs. Cautley, Edmonton Mrs. Robin- aon, Calgary; Mre. Henderson, Mrs. PInkney, Mrs. M. McKay, Blairmore; Mrs. Gilbert, Mra. RoBie, Calgary; Mrs. Gamble, Red Deer. NEW LAOY MINTO IS (.OVER OF SPORTS Speaking of Miss Marion Cook, whose marriage to the ot Minto took place yesterday, the Montreal Gazette says: Having come out during the war period, Miss Cook made no formal bow to. Montreal society, in which she has always been a warm favorite. She spent the years 1910-14 at school at Tolmer'a Park, Herts, Eng- land, and was tutored in French in Paris during this period. She has a fine mezzo-soprario voice, which has often been her.rd in solos in the church at Morriahurg, where the SATURDAY THE LAST DAY OF THIS GREAT JANUARY BARGAIN FESTIVAL Tomorrow will end the greatest of all January for another year, tnd to make the occuioa of H being the last day we are making a greater effort to give you tike very beat value in Highest ity Merchandise. A Store Bulging With Bargains For Saturday Shoppers Enticing Values in Ladies' and Men's High Grade Footwear Your Last Chance to Secure These High Grade Suits and Overcoats At Such a Sacrifice MEN, THINK OF IT I Any Suit or Overcoat that you wish to 'pick out of our gigantic stock, in- volving the best makes on the continent, can be yours tomorrow for LADIES' BOOTS 214 to 4H. splendid for winter wear. Regular to 18.00. Saturday LADIES'PUMPS Ot Tlci kid, with mediate and Loads heals. Valuta- te Saturday Special MEN'S WORK BOOTS Here Is the greatest value offered in men's durable Work Boots, guaranteed to give satisfaction. Regular to 17.00. ftr Saturday CHILDREN'S GAITERS Comfy Ualtera, la colon ot nd, fawn, black, and white. AC _ Regular Saturday SpKlal..........................30C Sat. Specials in Dry Goods Section Fine Bleached Cotton, 2Sc Yard rail !4 inch White Cotton, made tor houafr JCf hold nse. Regular S5c. Special, LADIES' SPATS In colors of Pwrl Orey. Taupe, and Per pair.................. LARGE SIZE SPATS FOR LADIES In Pearl Orey, Black, and Per pair..................... 95c White anil Stripe Turk- ish Towelling, 49c Yd. 16 Inches wide, good nap, Towelling, and good dryers. Reg- ularly sold at Ubc yard. Aftf Special, yard ...........fllFC Plaid GingLamt, 49c yd. Good quality Gingham, in a great variety of Plaids. Smart, designs and a serviceable wear Ing and washing material. 27 Inches wide. Regular JQ- 69c. Special, yard Oxford Shirting, 49c yd. Our regular SSc quality; extra heavy weave; made for hard wear and tear. Comes in light grounds with neat stripes. No filling. 28 inches wide. Special, yard.......... Hoyle's English Clearing at 4Sc Yd. Dark blue grounds, with spot, stripe, and fancy designs. The best Print made. Fast colors. Regular price B9c. Spe: JC_ cial, yard...............4OC Huck Towels Going At 98c Pair Good stout grade hemmed Huck Towels; size 22 x 36 inch- es. Priced for a quick clear- ance. Regular Spe- no cial, pair.................DOC All Wool Serge At Yard Only three pieces to sell; 43 inches wide. Colors are Taupe, Japan Blue, and Brown. A moat useful serge, and moderately priced. Usual 7Q Special, yard Striped Flannelette 49c Yard Imported Flannelette of extra quality; very soft finish. Comes in a variety of stripes and color- ings. 30 inches wide.. Regular 65c. Specially priced at, 4ft_ yard....... ............tiJC MM YOUR HOME ATTRACT- IVE WITH RUGS A delightful assortment of SMYRNA RE- VERSIBLE RAG RUGS in pleasing combina- tions of colors, in very unique designs. Size 30 x 54 inches. Regular AC Saturday Special I FEATHER PILLOWS Size 18 x 26 inch FEATHER PILLOWS, covered with figured drill and filled with soft grade feathers. Regular Saturday Special A. SIMILAR REDUCTIONS PREVAIL THROUGH- OUT THIS ENTIRE STORE FOR SATURDAY Works with mind or muscle, needs that- sturdy- blend of wheat and malted Grape-Nuts Concentrated nour- ishment of pleasing flavor at low cost SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE family spend their summers, but has never'suns in puplic in Montreal. She is a devotee cf all out-door sports, being eepocially proficient at tennis and ski-ing. The bridegroom, Victor Gilbert Lariston Garnet Murray-Kyanyuiond Elliott, Earl ot Minto, Baron of Nova Scotia, Baron ot Kinto and Vlacaunt Melgund, is the (Ifth peer to bear that title, well-known in the Scottish Borderland and lu British military uud diplomatic annals. He Is sou of the fourth Earl of who was Governor-General of Canada from 1898 to 190-1, and Mary, daughter of General the Won. Charles Orey. Dur- ing his father's lifetime he was known as Lord Molgund. lie was born on February 13, ISfll. Hi? first, served as a lieutenant in the Lothlans and Border Horse Ywomanry, and then became- a second lieutenant in the Scots Guards, In which he at- tained the rank of c-ptain, and saw service in the'war. succeeded his father in the Earldom in iai4, in- heriting about acres, located chlofiy in Roxburghshire, in tuo Scottish family seat Is Minto House, at Hawlck, In that county, in the autumn of 1918 Lord Miato arrived in Canada to take us his duties aa to His Excellency the Duke of Devonshire, tho Governor-General. Following the example ot tho Prince of Wales, the Eari has purchased a ranch in Al- berta. The bride lias been the recipient of many beautiful and costly gifts, among which the foltG-ning, all from abroad, may be mentioned: 'From the Earl of Minto, a diamond and emerald plaque, A pearl and diamond acorn brooch and a diamond liara; from the Countess of Minto, a pearl and emerald necklace, a diamond and pearl swan brooch, a diamond and aapphiro four-leaf clover ,a diamond and pearl pendant, and old lace; from Lord and Lady Cromar, the latter a Bister ot Earl Minto, an ostrich fea- ther fan with white tortoise shell j haudlo; from Lady Francis Scott, also a sister of the groom, a long chain of cut crystals in an antlqua box; from Lady Maud Mackintosh, Lady Blanche Col bold and Lady Dorothy Mc.MIIlan, a diamond and sapphire veil pin; from Laoy Louiss Loder, an Ivory and gold penholder; from Sir Frederick and Lady Orr Lewis, a cheque; trom Mra. Cavendish, a cousin of the Earl, a white enamel box: from Ur, md D. D. O'Meara, grandparents of the bride, a. Georgian period silver service, In tho family for over one hundred and fifty years; from Major John and Lady Violet a dia- mond hair bandeau; from Mra. W, Post, ot New Turk, a chtea bowl; from Mra. and Mr. Routledge, of New York, a Mile-tea- tiler fan. COTTON CO. CUTS WAQE8 FREDSRICTON. N. B., Jan. 21 Employees at the Canadian Cottons, Ltd., mill at Haryarille, have been notified that effective on Monday, Jan- nary 24, then will be a r. iuttlon ot 12 1-2 per cent, in all wafea. The reduction, It Is understood, Is being made at all ot the company's mills from St. John to Hamilton, affecting approximately em- ployees. GERMANY TURNS OVER TO ALLIES TONS OP MATEHIAi. 1920. All bat tons were itwm- shtps. Germany Is still to deliver about tans. The reparations commission np to the end ot December had distributed tons aa follows: Great Britain tona; Italy, Japan. and Belgium, 15.SU. PROMINENT ENGINEER OIA0 PARIS, Jan. ii.dud- tag TOBONTO. Jan. A. T. Tomllnson, a civil engineer, widely known In Canada and In thai largj center's of the United SUtaav when he directed much railway oooatrnc tlon, died yesterday attmMM at his after a long Illneas, born In Grand Falls, N. B., In and serred In tha northwest rebel- lion. TO- INCRKASI CAPITAL CHICAGO, Jan. of the Chicago, Burlington and cy railroad approved tha a) of Uw to IMTMM capital stock by and create zww Mortgage bend amount ot tola had been consisting ot f turned over to the reparation- com- ratmtltf bonds, II WM liv UornanT ai the ;